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3 Things You Can Do With Your Stimulus Check

Posted - June 1, 2020
Many of us are getting a stimulus check from the government (or have already received it), due to the economic ramifications of the Read More

7 Financial Wellness Experts You Should Follow On Twitter

Posted - May 14, 2020
Who says you can’t learn a thing or two from social media? While you can’t believe everything you read (or watch), there are a Read More

Pay Access vs. Payday Loans

Posted - April 29, 2020
When you're strapped financially, a payday loan might seem like the only way to make bills and rent payments. In fact, 12 million Read More

5 Financial Benefits of Social Distancing

Posted - April 15, 2020
It seems like whenever you turn on the news these days, there’s something negative that can get you down. With COVID-19 forcing many Read More

Two Big Benefits to Using Pay Access in 2020

Posted - March 26, 2020
It’s no secret that we’re living in uncertain times. Because of the coronavirus, the number of events that have been canceled, Read More

5 Ways to Avoid Living Paycheck-to-Paycheck

Posted - March 16, 2020
Payday. It’s a more important day for some of us than others. If you’re one of those people who counts down the days until you get Read More

The Spentra Fee Schedule, Explained

Posted - March 2, 2020
One of the benefits of Spentra is a drastically lower number of fees compared to other payroll solutions out there. You don’t have to Read More

4 Things To Think About During Tax Season

Posted - February 15, 2020
You can count on two things in life: death and waiting until the last possible moment to do your taxes. If this season of the year has Read More

Sometimes You Just Need $20®: Five Situations Where Pay Access Is Handy

Posted - January 30, 2020
Life is full of surprises. Like that one time, your mother-in-law showed up for the dinner party you were hosting, even though she Read More

4 Ways to Improve Employee Financial Wellness

Posted - January 14, 2020
The word “wellness” is a tricky term. Its definition is slightly subjective, but let’s try to dissect it a bit. Merriam-Webster Read More